WHICH ISSUE DO YOU FIND MORE PRESSING AND CAUSES MORE STRESS

Jointly Healing our World

Pick up any business publication or turn on any news media show on TV, and you will hear one of several issues that can stir up peoples’ emotions.  Some of these topics include: Diversity, Global Warming, COVID/the Pandemic, the Wearing of Facial Masks, COVID Vaccinations, Black Lives Matter, the Increase of Violence in Neighborhoods, the … Read more

SUCCESSFUL TRAINING FOR LEADERS IN 2022

After two years of COVID and the Pandemic, businesses have learned a lot of lessons, and yet with the effects on our economy, businesses still struggle with what works and what new hurdles  might throw harder curves.  There are a large number of long-term leaders, who have chosen to take their retirement after the first … Read more

As an Employer, What Am I Responsible to do if Downsizing is Imminent?

As an employer of 70+ employees, and after making every effort to strengthen our business, it appears that the business is headed for a closing.  Though the management team sincerely believes that all efforts have been tried and failed.  Therefore, it is believed that the closure of the business is inevitable. Obviously, the leadership doesn’t … Read more

LIST THE TOP 5 CHALLENGES THAT EMPLOYERS STILL FACE IN THE WORKPLACE?

When will the workplaces ever become more “normal” — if there is such a thing?   With the cargo ships and barges still floundering out in the ocean, waiting to dock in order to have their cargos unloaded and moved on their way to their destination, it is doubtful that there can ever be a “normal” … Read more

WHAT ARE TOP CONCERNS FOR EMPLOYEES AND EMPLOYERS RE: RETURNING TO WORK

Clarifications & Expectations As companies are gearing up to bring employees back into the business locations, both employers and employees are thinking about the adjustments since the employees were told to work from home.  Both groups have reservations and concerns.  If you are an employer, you should be reviewing all aspects and identifying concerns and … Read more

YOUR PLANS TO STRENGTHEN THE ECONOMY

Use Credible & Trusted Insight;  Represents High Integrity & Ethics There will likely be more challenging months ahead as costs on many necessities and consumer needs continue increasing or shortages escalate.  Gasoline, fewer transportation venues of goods tighten up further, production of a wide variety of supplies are decreasing, our workforces continue to dwindle, ferocious … Read more

WHAT WILL IT TAKE FOR YOUR BUSINESS TO SURVIVE

Important decisions are not easy but also cannot be ignored. Clearly, many companies have already closed or folded over the past 1.5+ years.  Several industries are faced with economic challenges that are causing 2021 to have a questionable future.  Of course, COVID has been the underlying factor affecting this situation.  Economists have voiced their opinions … Read more

INCREASING COSTS OF EXPENSES IMPACTING PUBLIC

FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE RATE OF INCREASING COSTS There have been numerous factors that have caused the rates of many major expenses to escalate, usually with little or no advanced notice.  Areas that have been said would be increasing right away include:  Gasoline, Lumber, Transportation, Equipment (including computers), Automobiles, Skilled Labor, Taxes and Accountants, pharmaceuticals, … Read more

VIOLENCE: THE SOURCE AND ROOTS THAT INITIATE ANGER

  Anger that Leads to Violence Can Follow Job Loss or Personality Clashes, etc. What will it take for you to stand up AGAINST violence?  If you haven’t been directly affected by the violence all around us, just wait – as sooner or later, you may encounter it yourself.  Don’t wait for that to happen.  … Read more

FACTORS NECESSARY FOR A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE

Selecting your Life’s Path What made you choose your career path?  Did it take long to decide?  Your personality should match the career you choose.  A person’s character isn’t determined at the time of their birth, but suddenly some of those basic personality traits begin to form.  There was an old saying “spare the rod, … Read more